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Events Calendar

LINK End of Year Showcase

Every school year brings triumphs and tribulations, and best of all, personal growth. Celebrate how far LINK After School students have come this year with their teachers, family members, and friends, at the End of Year Showcase.

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Rum & Reggae 2018

We’re making your hot summer night just a little cooler with Rum & Reggae. Enjoy smooth island sounds from Strykers Posse With Love Judah Sounds, and rum sampling from John the Beachcomber. You’ll feel like you caught the sweetest beach breeze. Celebrate summer at this family-friendly event in the garden at the Village Learning Place, […]

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Book Club

Lively discussion about Ted Chiang’s Stories of Your Life and Others, over light refreshments.

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2nd Wednesdays | History Alive!

Learn the fascinating story behind the woman who inspired an icon. Rose Liegh Monroe worked in the largest factory in the world during WWII, but her legacy prevails through the character Rosie the Riveter. Delve into the details of her life through an exciting re-enactment by Mary Anne Jung. A neighborhood happy hour open to […]

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Baltimore History Evenings | On Middle Ground: The Jews of Baltimore

Deborah R. Weiner, co-author of On Middle Ground: A History of the Jews in Baltimore, will speak about the unique experience of the Jewish population in Baltimore. Living in a border city and immigrant port heavily influenced the experiences of Jews as one of the largest ethnic groups in Baltimore.  

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Book Club

Lively discussion about Min Jin Lee’s Pachinko, over light refreshments.

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2nd Wednesdays | Civil Rights Heritage

Baltimore Heritage Foundation Executive Director Johns Hopkins presents “Looking for Landmarks from the Movement,” an in-depth look into the city’s civil rights history and its prevailing symbols of struggle and progress. A neighborhood happy hour, open to all, will precede the presentation from 7:00–7:30 pm. Hopkins will begin speaking at 7:30 pm.

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Family Fun Night

Bring the whole family for a night of hands-on fun! Vendors will be on site with games, crafts, activities, and more. LINK Leaders will debut their entrepreneurial projects, so bring some cash to support their endeavors. Food and drinks will be provided.

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LINK Leaders Closing Celebration and Awards

Join LINK Leaders, teachers, family members, and friends for a celebration of the students’ accomplishments during summer program.

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2nd Wednesdays | Italian Wine Garden

Transport yourself overseas by enjoying all the decadence and style Italy has to offer from right down the street! Join your neighbors and friends in the VLP garden for an evening of Italian food, wine, and music.

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End of LINK Summer Celebration

Join LINK Summer students, teachers, family members, and friends for a celebration of the students’ accomplishments during summer program (showcase at 3 pm, open house from 4–5 pm).

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2nd Wednesdays | Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Theaters

Amy Davis is the leading expert on Baltimore’s movie theaters past and present, and weaves a powerful tale of the city’s cultural, social, and economic history through the lens of it’s movie theaters, in her book Flickering Treasures. Listen to her recount the exciting discoveries she made during the course of her research and writing. […]

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